continued “I’m really getting a chance to meet the listener and stay in tune with the pulse of what’s happening in the community,” said Adams.
Gulyas said he’ll give listeners tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle.
“A lot of it is about living a more drug free lifestyle; not being dependent upon antibiotics and medication and understanding that way before drugs were invented, people still were able to live,” said Gulyas.
He’ll also share information about holistic health and chiropractic care.
“We talk a lot about things like posture; the fact that if you’re having neck or back aches, a lot of is because people are on the computer all day, sitting in the same chair all day,” said Gulyas. “All that is a real ergonomic challenge for everybody and I think that’s really problematic for people.”
Preventative healthcare is the key to the future of healthcare as a whole, said Gulyas.
“How can you do things for yourself that won’t cost a lot of money that are going to be useful to you?” said Gulyas. “We’re living longer now. The average lifespan for a woman is 80. Look at healthcare as more long-term. Make long-term solutions, not short-term solutions that are very costly.”
“Hands on with Dr. Joe” will deliver the type of positive news Adams said is sometimes missing from today’s media.
“I’ve been doing this for 40 years … try to accent the positive stories that are possibly overlooked or overshadowed in mainstream radio,” said Adams. “There’s a lot of good news out there, you’ve just got to dig for it a little bit. This will be a positive program for alternative on Sundays and it’s live and local.”
The show will also play into his overall radio philosophy.
“My philosophy is to provide music, primarily instrumental but also vocals, that’s smooth and relaxing as a Sunday might be, with a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper,” said Adams. “The chance to relax in this hectic world we live in.”
On Gulyas’ end, he said he hopes to become an accessible resource for the public.
“People don’t know who to turn to when talking about healthcare,” said Gulyas.
The public can join the Oct. 2 show live at The Jonesville Store on Main Street.